Members are encouraged to email the firstname.lastname@example.org with any other clinical resources to share with other IPPP members.
The following websites offer a variety of clinical tools that are easily available on the internet:
- Recovery Record – is a free Interactive Eating Disorder resource, which can be used to assist clinicians provide an interactive and engaging tool to assist provide eating disorder treatment. The application is called Recovery Record, available for both iphone and android supported mobile devices. Recovery Record replaces the need to rely on pen-and-paper therapy homework with a mobile application to monitor improvements in treatment engagement and the complete clinical picture. Features of Recovery record include: Easy use, Tutorials, Secure and reliable, For every type of eating disorder, Used in all treatment settings, Evidence-based, Collaborative approach, Multidisciplinary use, Access raw and analysed client progress data, Clinical notes, Secure messaging, Set clinical goals, meal plans and coping tactics, Streamlined clinical assessments, Customised homework questions, Printable PDFs. For more information, please visit www.recoveryrecord.com.
- The Child Trauma Academy – free online courses. The Child Trauma Academy has four online courses that are completely free. Below are a list of the four courses, please click on the below course topics for further information: The Amazing Human Brain and Human Development Surviving Childhood, An Introduction to the Impact of Trauma; The Cost of Caring: Secondary Traumatic Stress, and the Impact of Working with High-Risk Children and Families; and Bonding and Attachment in Maltreated Children.
- Psychology Tools – free resources for therapists, including and not limited to screening tools, handouts, worksheets, manuals, and resources based on a variety of methods of schools of orientation (i.e. CBT, ACT, DBT, Solution Focused and many more). You can visit the website here.
- Reachout.com – a website for professionals which offers tools, content and technology which can assist professionals provide support for youth with mental health issues. You can visit the website here.
- GET Self-help – is a website that is dedicated to providing CBT-based self-help therapy tools including handouts, therapy worksheets, and various other downloadable tools. You can visit the website here.
- Mood Gym – is a free CBT training self-help program which teaches cognitive behavioural therapy skills. Clients can log on and create their own account. It is easy to use and more information regarding this website can be found here.
- Centre for Clinical Interventions – is a website which offers resources to both consumers and professionals to assist in providing interventions for mental health problems. The resources provided on this website aim to provide general information about various mental health problems, as well as, techniques that focus on a cognitive behavioural approach to managing difficulties. You can visit the website here.
- Psychology and Health Forum – this forum is rich with offering various accessible clinical resources including links to websites, videos, access to shared files, interactive blogs and clinical discussions, and information regarding upcoming CPD events. If you are not a member of this forum and would like to know more, you can visit the website here.
- Online OCD Program – is currently under trial as part of a Curtin University research project. The OCD? Not Me! Program is a novel online treatment program for young people aged 12-18 with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The program involves 8 stages, designed to be undertaken over 8 weeks, and provides young people with information, tips, activities, and support to help them to overcome the symptoms of OCD. The program also provides support for parents and caregivers, with weekly information and tips to help them manage their child’s OCD and support them through the program. Eligible participants in the program are asked to complete a series of assessments before and after the program to help us evaluate its effectiveness. For further information regarding this program, please click here.
The Following links provide further assistance for accessing information regarding the treatment and management of psychological disorders.
Anxiety , Depression
Department of Veterans Affairs
Other Psychology and Mental health Links